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Jury begins deliberating fate of defendant Paul Flores in Kristin Smart murder trial
After hearing 11 weeks of evidence and a set of fiery closing arguments, jurors on Tuesday began deliberating whether to convict Paul Flores for the 1996 murder of Cal State San Luis Obispo student Kristin Smart.
Tropical Depression Forms on the Heels of Hurricane Ian Crushing Florida
The National Hurricane Center said on Tuesday that Tropical Depression 12 had formed a few hundred miles west of the Cape Verde islands.
U.S. economy, labor market still rebounding from pandemic
The U.S. economy and labor market are still rebounding from the COVID-19 pandemic. Several workplace trends, such as working from home, still remain prevalent. Aki Ito, senior correspondent for Business Insider, joined CBS News to discuss.
California police share video of person of interest in 6 murders
Police are asking the public for help identifying a person of interest in a string of murders in California.
Fans heartbroken, divided over Tom Brady, Gisele Bündchen hiring divorce lawyers
"Try to work it out guys ... you seem like such a great couple," one fan commented on social media, while many others pointed their fingers at each individual.
The Onion defiende parodia ante la Corte Suprema
El sitio satírico The Onion hará una defensa seria de la parodia tras presentar un documento ante la Corte Suprema para apoyar a un hombre que fue arrestado y enjuiciado por burlarse de la policía de Parma, Ohio en redes sociales
This Florida woman survived her 'biggest mistake' in Hurricane Ian. Why experts say many others didn't.
The rising Florida death toll from Hurricane Ian is further proof that people's vulnerability and misinformation play a role who lives and who dies.
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘The Dreamlife of Georgie Stone’ on Netflix, an Inspiring Glimpse Into the Life of the Famed Australian Transgender Advocate
The short film captures Stone's experiences pre- and post-gender affirmation surgery.
Meet Cory Youmans, Dallas investment VP who caught Aaron Judge’s 62nd home run
Aaron Judge hit his 62nd home run in Game 2 of the Yankees' doubleheader against the Rangers at Choctaw Stadium, and a lucky fan named Cory Youman came away from the ball.
Aaron Judge’s wife, Samantha Bracksieck, joins his parents for historic day
Aaron Judge and Samantha Bracksieck have much to celebrate in their first year as husband and wife.
París no retransmitirá juegos del Mundial en sitios públicos
París no retransmitirá partidos de la Copa del Mundo en pantallas gigantes en zonas públicas habilitadas para aficionados ante la preocupación por las violaciones de los derechos de los trabajadores migrantes y por el impacto ambiental del torneo en Qatar
Firefighter dies while fighting wildfire
Foreign students identified as homicide victims
15-year-old accused of stabbing father to death
Band plays weekly at George Floyd Square
Couple's backyard crashed into by cars 5 times in 15 years
Man bikes over 73K miles since being cancer free
U.S. death toll from Hurricane Ian crosses the 100-mark
The U.S. death toll continues to climb after Hurricane Ian slammed into Florida and the Carolinas last week. CBS News confirms the storm killed at least 100 people across Florida and North Carolina. Thousands still remain without power. CBS News national correspondent Manuel Bojorquez reports from Fort Myers, Florida.
Georgia Senate candidate Herschel Walker denies allegation he paid for an abortion
Herschel Walker, the Georgia Republican nominee for Senate, has denied an allegation made in a report by The Daily Beast that he paid for a woman he was dating to have an abortion back in 2009. Plus, in 2021, the National Archives warned attorneys for former President Donald Trump about missing White House documents. CBS News chief election and campaign correspondent Robert Costa, and CBS News congressional correspondent Scott MacFarlane, report on the latest.
Putin may test underwater nuke 150 times stronger than Hiroshima bomb near Ukrainian border: report
The weapon, called Poseidon, is a long-range undersea nuke designed to hit coastal cities at extremely long range by traveling to targets underwater.
Who won the Musk-Twitter fight? Lawyers
Well, well, well. Look who's asking to buy Twitter for the exact same price he agreed to pay for it four months ago...
Fan jumps from stands in desperate attempt to catch Aaron Judge’s 62nd home run
One fan went all out for Aaron Judge's 62nd home run ball — and still appeared to come up empty.
Derek Jeter, CC Sabathia join sports world celebrating Aaron Judge’s 62nd home run
Aaron Judge finally did it — and the sports world rejoiced.
Los escasos minutos de Cristiano preocupan en Portugal
Para cuando Cristiano Ronaldo desembarque en Qatar, estará bien descansado o sencillamente sin el óptimo nivel de juego para contribuir significativamente en la que probablemente será su última Copa Mundial
‘It’s Wild!’: Jon Stewart Sounds Off on Herschel Walker Abortion Scandal
YouTubeThe Problem with Jon Stewart doesn’t return to Apple TV+ for its second season until the end of this week, and yet somehow the former Daily Show host managed to beat every other current late-night host to the punch when he dug into The Daily Beast’s Herschel Walker abortion bombshell on his podcast Tuesday afternoon.Jon Stewart began by predicting that, as outrageous as the story about the anti-abortion Walker paying for an abortion in 2009 is, it might not be enough to tank his run for Senate in Georgia. “This guy has had so many ridiculous things and it’s all still like, ‘It’s within the margin of error,’” he remarked. “What are people voting on down there?”For the next few minutes, Stewart and his co-hosts Jay Jurden and Kasaun Wilson roasted Walker for leaving such a blatant trail. “He went to a card store and got one of those ‘Live, Laugh Love’ cards from Hallmark!” he joked before pivoting to bask in the drama the episode has wrought within Walker’s own family.Read more at The Daily Beast.
Do "best before" labels contribute to food waste?
"Best before" labels are coming under scrutiny as concerns about food waste grow. "Best before" labels have nothing to do with safety, and some worry they encourage consumers to throw away food that's perfectly fine to eat. (Oct. 4) (AP Video by Terry Chea)
James Tupper tries to stop Anne Heche’s oldest son from becoming brother’s guardian
James does not want Heche's 20-year-old son, Homer Laffoon, to have control over 13-year-old Atlas Tupper's portion of the late actress' estate.
The moment Aaron Judge broke Roger Maris’ record with 62nd home run
Aaron Judge broke the record for most home runs by a Yankee, surpassing Roger Maris’ American League record with his 62nd home run on Tuesday in Texas.
Brad Pitt's rep calls Angelina Jolie's latest allegations about 2016 airplane incident 'completely untrue'
A countersuit filed Tuesday by actress Angelina Jolie against her ex-husband Brad Pitt includes more information about an alleged physical altercation between the former couple that took place on a plane in 2016.
Shocking video shows man casually jumping across rooftop of NYC high-rise
A well-dressed daredevil was seen mysteriously jumping between awnings of a Financial District high-rise before climbing into a window on Tuesday.
Barry Bonds remains baseball's home-run king. But Aaron Judge's 62nd homer transcends his own era. | Opinion
Aaron Judge finally hit his American League-record 62nd home run, but he'll finish far short of Barry Bonds' single-season record.
Everything we don't know about Elon Musk's latest about-face on Twitter
Why is the Tesla billionaire suddenly willing to honor his deal to buy Twitter? Is there still a way he could wriggle off the hook? Will employees stick around to find out?
'The Voice': Blake Shelton flexes country chops, shades Cabello and Stefani to get 'old soul' singer
Blake Shelton turned around for singer Austin Montgomery Tuesday night and made it a point to remind the California teen of his country music chops.
USA TODAY Sports+ Weekly NFL Quiz: Backup QBs
How well do you know backup quarterbacks in the NFL? Test your knowledge with the USA TODAY Sports+ Weekly Quiz
Video: Can Mackenzie Dern still meet early expectations to become a UFC champion?
Our "Spinning Back Clique" discusses Mackenzie Dern's UFC title hopes.      Related StoriesMichael Chandler finds Bo Nickal's emergence 'refreshing,' offers key career advice42-year-old Guido Cannetti not ruling out UFC title run, wants test vs. ranked opponentGrading every UFC contract winner from Dana White's Contender Series, Season 6
Players react: women's soccer report
Players "horrified, heartbroken, frustrated" after report documents misconduct and abuse of women's soccer players by coaches, and owners' failure to help.
Aaron Judge breaks single-season American League home run record with No. 62
New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge broke Roger Maris' single-season American League home run record, hitting his 62nd blast of the year in a game Tuesday against the Texas Rangers.
Police: California serial killer 'on a mission'
A California serial killer seems to be "on a mission" throughout the fatal shooting of six men and the wounding of one woman dating back to last year, but detectives have not figured out what's behind the violence. (Oct. 4)
Aaron Judge’s parents, Patty and Wayne, celebrate as Yankees star hits 62nd home run
Aaron Judge made history on Tuesday with two of his biggest fans nearby.
Reese Witherspoon doesn’t ‘see’ the resemblance with daughter Ava Phillippe
The Academy Award-winning actress says she doesn't see any resemblance to her 23-year-old daughter — who many say is her twin.
Defendant in Wisconsin Christmas parade attack is representing himself – and causing a scene
Darrell Brooks is representing himself in trial over the Waukesha Christmas Parade tragedy, where six people died. That could slow the proceedings.
Why Aaron Judge should be MLB’s rightful home run champ now
The verdict is in: Aaron Judge, who hit his historic 62nd home run Tuesday night, is now the rightful record-holder of the single-season record.
NYU fires chemistry professor after students sign petition complaining that his class is too difficult
An organic chemistry professor at New York University lost his job after undergraduate students signed a petition saying that his class was too difficult.
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Seattle Chinatown residents up in arms over planned expansion to nearby homeless shelter
Residents of Seattle's Chinatown neighborhood are fighting an expansion of a 270-bed homeless shelter that has attracted a large unsanctioned tent encampment.
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Woman Slammed for Blaming Sister-In-Law's Miscarriage on 'Slim' Body Shape
One user question, "How could she even think, in the first place, it's okay to comment on your body at all? Especially after miscarriage?!"
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Is the Musk Twitter deal back on?! Here are the winners and losers
In a big reversal, Elon Musk has proposed buying Twitter at the original price. Here's who stands to gain and lose if the deal goes through.
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Judge Jeanine Pirro: I don't care if they're mentally ill, lock them up if they're violent
"The Five" co-hosts discuss rampant crime in New York City, an increase in random violence taking the lives of ordinary Americans nationwide and cashless bail laws.
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Person of interest captured in family's kidnapping, victims still missing
An infant girl, her parents and her uncle were kidnapped Monday from a business in Central California, authorities said.
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